Inflammation

April 5, 2018

Is Your Food Causing Your Joints To Ache?

Did you know that the foods that you eat can be causing inflammation and chronic pain in your body?  If you have chronic pain that has been unresolved with mainstream […]
March 7, 2018

Get Rid Of Sugar Cravings

Sugar is the number one craving in our society.  There is a big difference between just liking sweets and craving sweets, and if you are one of them, […]
June 10, 2016

Preventing Breast Cancer

FACT - 1 in every 8 women will develop breast cancer in their lifetime FACT - Yearly mammograms reduce the death rate by 30% in women over 50 years old because of early cancer detection BUT the same yearly mammograms increase death rates by 50% in women under 50 years old because of the accumulation of radiation toxicity.
February 12, 2016

75% Of People In North America Are Deficient In Vitamin D! Are you?

Recent studies show that in order to receive the best levels of protection our blood vitamin D levels should be about 120-200 nmol/l. I personally don’t like to recommend cod liver oil as a vitamin D supplement because it also contain Vitamin A and too much vitamin A taken for long periods of time can cause health problems. Some foods that contain vitamin D include: canned sardines, salmon, tuna, shrimp, butter, sunflower seeds, liver, eggs, mushroom.
January 9, 2016

Should You Worry About Wheat Or Gluten?

Diets that are gluten free or wheat free are becoming a lot more popular nowadays. Are these recommendations just a fad or is there some truth to them? What I am certain of is that in my practice I see many different types of health problems improving when patient’s stop eating gluten such as, bloating and gassiness, constipation or diarrhea, skin rashes, foggy thinking and fatigue, and even hyperactivity in ADHD kids. I even had one patient’s hot flashes significantly decrease when she stopped eating bread. These are patients who are not celiac and still feel better when they are off gluten- and it may not be 100% off but at least 90% off.